The campaign has entered a third stage. The first ran from January 1, 2010 through November 2nd, the second through January 3rd, and the third from then until a bill can be signed by the President, introduced in the Senate, directing New Hampshire to disallow all Federal votes on November 2nd, 2010 from New Hampshire, due to illegal campaign activity, other than those for Chris Booth, who is one signature away from being the Senator who will replace Judd Gregg. On Thursday, January 13, Chris Booth testified before the New Hampshire House State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs committee in support of HCR1, a house concurrent resolution titled "urging the congressional delegation to begin the process for a constitutional amendment establishing that human beings, not corporations, are entitled to constitutional rights". Actually the process is much farther along than that, as Chris Booth showed up in Washington on January 3rd to be a Senator and has assisted with circulating a proposed 28th amendment to the constitution to the Congress, which is as well being circulated to the states, beginning with Connecticut, and was read and copies provided to the committee. The Governor already has an official copy. It was also noted that a review of the election results of November 2nd was being pursued, for the purpose of disallowing all Federal votes from New Hampshire, due to illegal campaign activity, other than those for Chris Booth.
Charge to Washington!
Of all the signs that were made for the campaign, it is the smallest one that really had the most influence - because it was made on the back of a business card. When you go in to a store, and you see things that you would like, or need, if, say, 80% were made in the United States, or your home country, whichever that is, that would help to provide local industry, and instead of expecting to charge it to Washington, we could tell Washington, DC to go fly a kite, if it is not too windy. Now that the campaign is over, all that remains is to be seated as Senator on January 3rd, what will I do with all of the 7 cents left over from the campaign? Start a new party? Build a meeting house for a Friends Meeting? Start a University?
Postcards - 5x8
Note: I have not tried any of the drugs shown here, other than alcohol - and not much of that, but I want everyone to know that drugs work - you do not need to try them! Some are far more harmful and far more addictive than others - respect your parents.
There are two designs available. I have some of the LOLA calendars from last year, signed by at least one of the women. The other calendar is My Next Two Years, by Don Booth. Limit 10, 20, 30, 24, 36 or 48 per person total each calendar year. Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States (immigrant) to purchase as proceeds will be used to fund a campaign for Federal election. Funds must be personally yours and not from a company, organization, or corporation.